AMP's new boss Francesco De Ferrari says he has not worked in an organisation that has not made mistakes, but the test for his tenure will be how quickly the company fixes its errors.
As many as half the people seeking financial counselling to cope with unsustainable debts are being turned away, and the sector wants the banks causing the problems to pay for more counsellors.
The Federal Court has approved a settlement reached between Murray Goulburn and the ACCC which will see its former managing director hit with a $200,000 fine.
A national recall is issued for Nanna's family apple pies from Coles, Woolworths, IGA, Foodlands and other independent supermarkets after an "equipment failure with a supplier".
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority only began at the start of November, but it has already been flooded with more than 6,500 complaints — that's an average of 310 every business day.
Christmas cakes, puddings and other products containing dried apricots are being recalled by a South Australian retailer after complaints about metal fragments found in them.
NAB has told staff to 'fill our funnel' with new loan sales before Christmas, despite telling the banking royal commission high-pressure marketing corrupted customer outcomes.
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My Ut Trinh, 50, who is charged with seven counts of contamination of goods over the food-tampering scare has walked from court, after being granted bail in Brisbane.